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Six roads converge on the small town of Whitchurch on the upper Test in Hampshire. There is an old coaching inn, The White Hart, and a silk mill on the river, once water-driven but now powered by electricity. The mill stands on the site of a corn mill mentioned in the Domesday Book.
A footpath from the village crosses the river twice on its way to the hamlet of Tufton, which has a manor house, two magnificent barns still in use, beds of watercress, a Norman church and a bridge which used to carry a railway over the river.
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